CORAL and FastFoward 2’s supercomputing investments will help ensure U.S. scientific, economic and national security for future generations.
Results are first to suggest how to engineer even warmer superconductors with atom-by-atom control.
SLAC demonstration shows technique is powerful, efficient enough to drive future particle accelerators.
11.21.14 Richter was one of 10 distinguished researchers presented with the National Medal of Science, the highest honor for achievement and leadership in advancing the field of science.
11.21.14 Using the Advanced Photon Source (APS), a Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science user facility, a new discovery about the atomic structure of uranium dioxide will help scientists select the best computational model to simulate severe nuclear reactor accidents.
11.21.14 Anyone can access collision data from the Large Hadron Collider through the new CERN Open Data Portal.
Scientists will collaborate with Brookhaven experts and use world-leading electron microscopes to explore the real-time electrochemical reactions in promising new batteries. Read More
Office of Science scientists use supercomputers to search for innovative answers to rare-earth supply needs. Read More »
Joint BioEnergy Institute researchers combine systems biology with genetic engineering to improve production of isopentenol in E. coli. Read More
MIT team provides theoretical roadmap to making 2-D electronics with novel properties.
Study looked at growing an atomically thin, or two-dimensional, crystal—the epilayer—on top of a substrate. The substrate can be a bulk, or three-dimensional, crystal or another two-dimensional crystal.
New petascale system slated for launch in early 2015 and will be connected to ESnet (Energy Sciences Network), allowing users to rapidly move data to SDSC for analysis and data sharing and return data to their institutions for local use.
The Office of Science (SC) is the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States.